luxury Isle of Harris cottage Scotland luxury Isle of Harris cottage
àilean luxury Isle of Harris cottage with fantastic sea view and sauna
|Weekly prices||Low £925||Mid £1,160||High £1,420|
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|Vernon's review of àilean luxury Isle of Harris cottage Scotland|
|Further details about this accommodation|
Open plan living area with Morso stove, flat screen TV with Freesat +, DVD player and stereo with i-pod dock, selection of books, DVDs, CDs and games, WiFi.
Kitchen with double fan oven, 5 zone induction hob, American style fridge freezer with water and ice dispenser, dishwasher, microwave and slow cooker, a selection of herbs, vegetable and olive oil, flour, basic condiments, tea, coffee and sugar, bisto powder, foil, cling film and parchment, teatowels, dishcloths and kitchen roll, all cleaning consumables.
Utility room with washing machine, pulley and tumble-dryer, Ironing board and iron.
Outside clothes drying facilities.
Golf clubs and inclusive play at Harris Golf Club, a mile away (no play on Sunday).
King size bedroom and large bathroom with double ended bath and separate shower.
King size bedroom with en-suite shower room.
Twin bedroom with ensuite shower room.
Quiet area for reading or relaxing.
Four person Heatwave Infrared sauna.
Full under floor heating.
Central vacuum system to minimize dust circulation in the house.
Sheets, bedding and towels.
Hot water bottles.
Hand wash at all sinks.
Washing up liquid and dishwasher consumables.
Washing powder and fabric softener.
All cleaning materials.
Electricity and fuel for the stove.
Beach rug, windbreak and picnic items.
Garden furniture and barbecue.
|Our top five things to do while staying at luxury Isle of Harris cottage Scotland|
AIlean is a wonderfully romantic place to stay, with its fantastic views, peace and seclusion and luxurious accommodation - perfect for a honeymoon or a romantic break in Scotland
Harris is excellent walking country. The west coast is interspersed with beaches and rocky coves perfect for gentle walking while the north and east parts of the island offer more challenging mountainous terrain.
The fishing is world class - fish for sea trout or wild Atlantic salmon or fish the rivers and lochs. You can book a fishing trip by boat or from the land, with a number of local experts.
Cycling is great on the island - the roads are quiet and very scenic and there is cycle hire on the island so you don't need to carry bikes with you.
Many good hotel restaurants offer good local produce, especially seafood. Paircan t-Strath Guest house at Borve (2 miles) opens to non-residents off-season for wonderful cooking and a warm welcome from Lena 01859 550386. The Temple Café at Northton does fresh and healthy food, good coffee and lovely cakes with beautiful views - perfect for lunch or a coffee and open on Sunday. Go to Croft 36 at Northton for excellent croft produce, home made bread, fish and meals to eat at home. Look out for the shed!